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INDEX

423

Edgeworth, Maria, 361
Educational theory, 25, 284-91
Edward VI, 156, 230
Eisleben, 191-92
Elementary Work, 308-09
Elementary schools, 17,18, 22, 60,66,

76, 113,115, 154, 190-91, 229, 233,

250-51. 253-54, 308, 360-61, 376,

381

Elementary teachers, 233, 280
Elements of Instruction, 347
Eliot, C. W., 404

Elizabeth, Queen, 200, 229-32, 262
Elypt, Sir Thomas, 228-29, 232
Emile, 292, 295, 301, 308
Encyclopedic knowledge, 67, 93, 219.

See Compendiums
Encyclopedists, 285-87, 293, 305
Endowment of Roman education,79,85
England, 75, 88,112-13, 123-24,150,

153,   156,  173-74,   179,  197-aoo,

211-12, 228-37, 269-78, 28l, 305-
SO?, 367-76,380,411

English, Study of, 233-34, 277

English thought, Influence of, 285,292-

Enlightenment, 285-88, 330

Ennius, 64-65

Ephebic education, 12, 21, 23

Epicureans, 48, 65, 81

d'Epina, Madame, 361

Equality and education, 291, 314, 364

Erasmus, 168, 172-81, 185-87, 194,

228-30

Ernest the Pious, Duke, 253
Eton, 156, 235
Euclid, 172

Eugenius, Pope, 115, 122
Evolution and education, 383-84
Experimental pedagogy, 407-12
Experimental work in universities, 404

Factory system and education, 369

Faculty training, 363, 400

Father as educator, 177-78, 189, 298

Felix, Bishop, 112

Fe*nelon, 262, 264-66, 268, 292, 361,
364

Fichte, 320-21, 334-38, 349, 374

Finland, 388-89

Fisher, Chancellor, 228

Florence, 162

Formalism, 195

Form, Elements of, 325, 327

Formal training, 278, ,412

Fourier, 363-64

France, 125-26, 129, 144, 174, 197,
200,211,216-17,221,228,240,254,
258,260,262,264,270,273,281-82,
284, 288, 302-05, 312, 315, 333,
361-67, 411. See Gaul, Paris

Francis I, 216-17
Francke, 282-84
Frapp, 311

Frederick, Elector, 184
Frederick the Great, 282, 307, 311
Frederick William I, 282, 307
Frederigo, Duke, 212-13
Freedom in education, 114, 218-19
Froebel, 252, 333, 349, 351-59, 3^5,
382-83, 386, 388, 390

Galton, F., 408

Games, 177, 219, 263, 310-11, 357~59

Gardening, 357, 404

Gargantua, Education of, 218

Gaul, 74, 79, 88-89, 96-97, 107-10,

112-13, 118, 122

Genetic view of mind, 392, 401-03 *
Geneva, 197-201
Geography, 264, 324, 399
Germany, 119-23, 140, 157, 184-97,

253, 281-83, 307-12, 316, 334-37,

384-85

Gifts, Kindergarten, 357-58
Gilbert, Sir Humphrey, 232, 262
Gild schools, 138-39, 156
Girls, Education, of, 15, 62, 66, 264,

291

Gotha, 253, 282
Gouv6a, Andre, 217
Graded apparatus, 406
Graded system of schools, 195, 313,

410
Grammar, 51, 63, 65-66, 74, 95, 98,

105-06, 121,  131, 147,  167,  176,

185,  191-92,  194, 199, 222, 228,

230, 252, 275
Grammar of Diohysius Thrax, 66; of

Donatus, 89,174, 192; of Lily, 174,

230
Grammar   schools,   65-66,   96,   99,

115-16, 122, 128,  157,  194, 230,

232, 234, 240, 246, 261, 275, 280,

374

45

22

Grasberger, L., 21, 409

Gratian, 88, 96, 137

Gratian (Bologna), 137

Greece, 1-25,42-48,63-65,69,80-81,

95, 336, 35>
Greek, 63, 77, 109, 162, 167, I7i~73,

192, 197, 214, 218, 220, 230, 252,

271,274, 35i

Gregory, Pope, 103-06,111-12, 144
Gregory of Tours, 97, 104
Groot, Geert, 170-71
Growth, Education as, 353
Guarino, 165-68, 262